OBJECTIVES

CREMLIN shall improve and strengthen the relations and networks between European and Russian research infrastructures both at a scientific level and at a research policy level

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13.03.2017

CREMLIN WP2 Workshop on Big Data Management

During 15-16 February 2017, the NRC “Kurchatov Institute” hosted the CREMLIN Workshop on “Big data Management” in Moscow. More than 70 representatives and experts from European and Russian megascience labs came together in order to discuss the many facets of Big data management and its relevance for European and Russian megascience facilities and their collaboration. Representatives from European and global big data networks and initiatives discussed with Russian partner possibilities to start or extend cooperation with Russian partners. A tour through the NRC “Kurchatov Institute” Supercomputing facilities, through the Synchrotron Center and through the F-1 Reactor rounded off this CREMLIN event.

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20.12.2016

CREMLIN Workshop on mapping demands of Russian and European photon science communities at VDNKh Moscow

On November 22-23 the CREMLIN “Workshop on mapping demands of Russian and European photon science communities” dedicated to the advanced methods of research with the use of synchrotron and neutron radiation was organized in the framework of the First Russian Crystallographic Congress 2016.

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13.12.2016

Workshop on the demands of European users for the Russian PIK research reactor

The workshop “Demands of European neutron users in materials science for the instrumentation of the upcoming PIK neutron science centre” was organized by the Institute of Materials Science of HZG and it took place in Kiel on September 22–23, 2016. It was part of the EU project “Connecting Russian and European Measures for Large-Scale Research Infrastructures” (CREMLIN; www.cremlin.eu), which is a HORIZON 2020 Coordination and Support Action (proposal No. 654 166), coordinated by Martin Sandhop of DESY. Work package 4, led by Alexander Ioffe from FZJ, is about “Science cooperation with the PIK research reactor in the field of neutron sources”.

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